Category Archives: Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights

DIVORCE AND BANKRUPTCY

Many people cite divorce as the main reason for filing bankruptcy. If many of the couple’s debts are joint, and there are few assets that would be exempt under bankruptcy law, it is cost effective to file a joint bankruptcy to discharge marital debts. Bankruptcy filing fees are the same for joint and individual filings. […]

Categories: Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights, Mindful Divorce

COMMON CREDIT REPORT ISSUES

COMMON CREDIT REPORT ISSUES RESULTING FROM DIVORCE The divorce process can be very stressful, particularly when you are faced with significant marital debts. No matter what stage you find yourself in the process, you should take steps to protect your credit and credit score. The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act allows consumers to obtain […]

Categories: Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights

DIVORCE AND BANKRUPTCY

Many people cite divorce as the main reason for filing bankruptcy. If many of the couple’s debts are joint, and there are few assets that would not be exempt under bankruptcy law, it is cost effective to file a joint bankruptcy to discharge marital debts. Bankruptcy filing fees are the same for joint and individual […]

Categories: Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights, Mindful Divorce

OPTIONS TO AVOID FORECLOSURE

Some of the most common questions homeowners want answers to when behind on mortgage payments are: how much longer can I remain in the house, can I modify the loan, is a short sale available to me, and which option is better for my credit rating. The following are good options to consider if you […]

Categories: Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights